Reader Letter: Thanks for successful Relay for Life
To the editor:
To the amazing communities of Molalla, Woodburn and Canby, thank you all for the support that you gave to the Relay for Life of South Clackamas County. With your help, we raised $107,915 to invest in the American Cancer Society for research, patient services, advocacy and education.
The incredible support of our sponsors played a huge part in our success. We would like to thank the following businesses and organizations:
Presenting ($5,000) – Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm, Do It Best.
Platinum ($2500) – Molalla Communications, Wooden Shoe Vineyard, Red Barn Hemp.
Gold ($1500) – Pure Seed.
Silver ($1000) – Hillyer's Mid-City Ford, Hotrod Dreamworks, MAPs Credit Union, Marion Ag Service, Integrity Traffic, Easy Storage.
Bronze ($500) – Big Dawg Construction, Autotech NW, Canby Landscape, AAA, Les Schwab, Clarkes Grange, Molalla Moose Lodge, San Blas, NW Professional Realty, Northwest Transplants, Oregon Pilots-Mulino Chapter, Moonjumpers, Wilbur Ellis, Ani's Party Supply, Republic Services, City of Woodburn, Two Men and a Truck.
Signature ($250) – Backstop Bar & Grill, El Charrito, Canby Ford, Clarkes United Methodist Women, Snap Fitness, Molalla Cutting Edge Fitness, Bentley Feed, Austen's Body Shop, Earl Buche Rock, Molalla River Massage, GW Hardware, Firefly Realty, ReMax, Canby Veterinary Clinic, Big Meadow Realty, Kyllo Brothers Construction, Millar Point S Tires, The Dentist Off Main, Cave Audio, Canby Volunteer Fire, Yes Graphics Printing, Woodburn Liquor Store, Schuyler Family Dentistry, Webb Chiropractic, Woodburn United Methodist Church, Woodburn Fire Department, Specialty Polymer, Millbarn Espresso, OBC Northwest Inc, Martin's Furniture, Muchas Gracias.
Thank you to the ELT for the countless hours spent planning this event. Thank you, also, to our team captains. You came up with fun and exciting ways to raise funds and invite people to our event.
Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 27, 2020 where we will once again be celebrating at Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm. Thanks, again, for your support! We look forward to relaying with you.
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